Are there any known links between MS and snoring?

For those the suffer with MS might be wondering if there are any known links between multiple sclerosis and snoring. While no direct link has been established, there is a correlation for people who have sleep apnea. A lot of people with multiple sclerosis always refer to sleep related fatigue as a symptom. This might be more or less related to sleep apnea. Those with this issue experience the same symptom.

If you suffer from this, it might be worth while to check out this new study. It can be freely found over at Science Daily.

You might also be wondering if you can you die from sleep apnea in your sleep. We agree, this is a good questions. Its also a very scary question. There have been many cases where alleged this happens. More often than not, it involves people who did not wear their anti snoring devices or cpap treatment machines.

If you are someone who has been diagnosed with sleep apnea its very important to follow all of your doctors directions. Failing to do so can be fatal.

There are also plenty of ways your can try and stop or improve your sleep apnea. Here is a great video by Dr. Axe with some great tips for everyone.

Are you surprised by this discovery? If so, let us know in the comments below. Also please health spread awareness of snoring and sleep related disorders. Start with your love ones as well as friends.

Just to update you all, we have been getting asked a lot, does sleeping elevated help snoring problems.

In short it can under certain circumstances. We will add a special post on this topic. This is a solution not very often discussed.

We think it might become a much more popular solution for this condition. This is mainly so due to the popularity of electric beds that lift you up.

There are many people across the world who suffer from MS but have trouble getting diagnosed for anything. We wanted to make sure we mention that some of the top hospitals in the US offer a service where you can get diagnosed.

You visit their facilities for 2-4 days and they run a series of test across different specialties. They all work together to attempt to diagnose you.

This service may or may not be covered by your insurance. But a service like this can save a lot of time as normal appointments could take months and months of time.

If you are someone that lives in a small town that does not have access to the top tier in care this is a must.